Will CID be the same without ACP Pradyuman?
A catastrophe of sorts hit the show on Sony Entertainment Television and its makers when Shivaji Satam declared that he wanted to move on
CID, the occasionally-comic detective series on Sony Entertainment Television, has broken many records thanks to dialogue like: “Yahan pe toh laash hai!” or “Daya! Tod do yeh darwaza!” or “Kuch toh gadbad hai” all mouthed to perfection by ACP Pradyuman aka Shivaji Satam. Click here to read more
‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ and ‘Saath Nibhana Saathiya’: What do they have in common?
They are just two of the several Gujarati shows on air currently that are doing extremely well
Gujarati culture came right into Indian drawing rooms with the popular television show Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka in 1999 and, after more than a decade, it is still one of the strongest flavours on the tube. Those based in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and Maharashtra too abound on the small screen. Be it a weekly or a daily soap, the regional flavour is everywhere. But Gujarati shows dominate. Shows like Saath Nibhana Saathiya, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah and Ram Milaayi Jodi are continuing the trend that started 13 years ago and hit a high with Baa Bahoo Aur Baby and Khichdi. Click here to read more
TV show ‘CID’ to be turned into a film: Director BP Singh
The longest running detective show on Indian television could soon be seen on celluloid, says director-producer BP Singh
Indian television’s longest running detective show CID might soon be a film, says director-producer BP Singh, promising more action, a unique storyline and different styling with the same cast. Click here to read more
Ek Doosre Se Karte Hai Pyaar Hum: A disappointment!
The newest show on Star Plus that’s being aired in place of Sasuraal Genda Phool looks like a tale of misplaced comic timings
The newest jodi of saas-bahu in Ek Doosre Se Karte Hai Pyaar Hum faintly reminds us of Ratna Pathak and Rupali Ganguly and from Sarabhai vs Sarabhai. The latter, of course, was much better. The bahu of Majumdar family, Susheela (Pariva Pranati) takes pride in thinking about everyone but herself. What’s more, she even has a knack of making sorry cards for the umpteen mistakes she makes. Click here to read more
It’s the ‘mausam’ of love for Pankaj, Supriya
Mausam’s director and his wife shared a sweet, romantic moment at the launch of the promo of their new film
Romance is not just for the young. It’s also for those young at heart. Actor-director Pankaj Kapur and his actor wifey Supriya Pathak showed just that at the promo launch of Mausam the other day. The cast and crew were called on stage for a photo op, but the emcee forgot to invite Supriya,who is also playing an important role in the film. Pankaj mentioned it to the emcee, who immediately invited her to join in. Click here to read more